His first series was a little shaky when he had to step in for the injured Kraig Urbik at center, but Colin Brown, who saw his first live action at center in his career eventually settled in and was steady for an offense that found some rhythm in their most recent win Saturday.
“Colin was a little shaky early with the snaps and then he settled down and did a better job,” said head coach Chan Gailey.
With Urbik’s injury considered “not good” by Gailey, the Bills head coach confirmed that the plan is for Brown to finish the season in the pivot on Sunday in Foxboro against the Patriots.
“Right now it’ll be Colin that’ll play in there,” said Gailey.
It’ll be a heck of a first NFL start at center for Brown, who will be facing perennial Pro Bowler Vince Wilfork.
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